MARCH MATH CRAFTS! MATH CRAFTS are just as the title suggests! Your students will be able to practice math skills that you are teaching and then turn them into a craft! These can be used during center time! Also students will be practicing writing their numbers as they complete a fact! I have started making these for my second graders this year and they love them! For this MARCH MATH CRAFTS' unit, Adding 3-Digit Numbers with Regrouping Sums over 1000, your students will add 3-digit numbers with sums 1000 and over 1000. Then they will have the opportunity to make either a lion, St. Patrick’s Day boy, St. Patrick’s Day girl, rainbow with cloud and pot of gold, pot of gold, and a leprechaun. There are 6 different crafts they can make in this unit. My second graders didn’t have any trouble cutting out each craft and glueing it together. The cover shows the examples that my students made for this unit. Inside this unit you will find samples of the clock unit that I made in case my students’ patterns were different then mine. You can also look at the picture with the sample patterns. That is the preview.
Also after my students colored and glued the patterns, I went back and tweaked the file so that not as many problems would be covered up when your students glued their math crafts.
Look for my other MARCH MATH CRAFTS units as well by clicking on the link below.
March Math Crafts